Your ultimate beach haven at Nasacosta
Who doesn’t love the beach? We only need to think of palm trees, soft white sand, the pink sky during sunset and we’re hit by that longing for a day—or two, or more—by the endless, sparkling blue sea.
Us landlocked city dwellers need not fret. Fix that beach craving easily by giving your home a coastal look for that relaxing, island vibe. Give your living room or bedroom a summer look with bright white covers and throw pillows in yellow, orange, red, pink and blue hues.
White gives a room that fresh, airy feel while the splashes of color add a playful tone to it. Get wicker accent chairs and place your magazines and trinkets in woven rattan baskets. Dapitan Street in Manila has loads of wicker furniture and baskets.
Adorn your bathroom walls with nautical décor such as a ship wheel, anchor and life preserver. Let your shower curtains and bathroom rugs join in the fun by getting prints featuring marine life. Giving your bathroom a makeover does not have to be expensive, thanks to Divisoria, which offers home accessories for P500 or even less.
A few glass jars filled with seashells here, a collection of beach photos there—generously sprinkle your home with an assortment of furnishings that will transport you to the beach.
But the best solution to your beach lust? Head over to a real one. Trusted property developer Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (SLLI), in a joint venture with the Jaka Group, brings us Nasacosta, a beachside resort-residential development in Nasugbu, Batangas.
Nasacosta is situated along a strip of carved beachfront in Nasugbu, a popular beach destination for both local and foreign vacationers, and known for its white sand beach resorts. Nasacosta is located a several high-end developments like Kawayan Cove, Terrazas de Punta Fuego, Tali Beach and Maya-maya Yacht Club.
Sta. Lucia’s beachside offering consists of The Ridge, which offers residential lots; The Peaks, for those who prefer high-rise living by the sea; Nasacosta Hotel, which offers condotel units; and The Sands, for those who simply want a beach club membership.
Amenities include landscaped entrance gates, tree-lined streets, 24/7 security, swimming pools, garden roof deck, pathways and trails, view decks, a spa and beach club.
The name “Nasacosta” means “at the land by the sea,” coined from a combination of the Filipino word “nasa” which translates to “at the” and the Spanish word “costa” which means “coast” in English.
Indeed, Nasacosta promises to be the easy answer to your longing of a life by the sea.
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